Sea caves are water-filled adventure zones where curious vacationers explore, meditate and discover nature. With vaults bathed in scattered light, their irregular floors and walls are home to sea life. Ancient civilizations wove tales about sea caves, populating them with spirits and demons. They’re scattered across the globe’s coastlines, so there may be at least one sea cave on every continent. Before you set out on your vacation, consider a trip to one or more of the most interesting of Earth’s features!
These caves run the length of a football field with ceilings as high as a 12-story building. There are three entrances to the Sea Lion Caves with elevators that move 400 people per hour. Once inside, visitors will find minerals joining lichens and algae to create the purples, reds and tans that make the cave a treasured experience. The cave’s ceiling is a rock dome stretching 125 feet high, making it America’s largest sea cave. The floor spans almost two acres, making it ideal for the year-round residents for which it is named.
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